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's failed at it every step of the way thus far and you'll see the president of the united states showing clearly he is the commander in chief and the president of the united states talking about who his foreign policy and the success that he's had whether it is going after al-qaeda and getting osama bin laden, whether it is having a plan to make sure that we bring our troops home from iraq and the plan to move our troops home from afghanistan. he brought our troops home from iraq. talk about how he is bringing our allies together. how those alliances have helped us in the world -- this dangerous world in which we now live in. you'll see the president being commander in chief andule. >> see mitt romney, a little bit all over the place because they he don't know what his foreign policy really is. >> stephanie: representative, what do you expect -- obviously romney's worst moment was the libya moment in the last debate. and now, you know, we have new information coming out the video was in part -- had to do with what happe
romney to get away with to the president of the united states. if an average citizen were to get up and disrespect someone in authority like that there would be repercussions for that behavior. >> stephanie: there was really an audible gasp -- did you see that one where he said you can speak in a minute -- >> i'm not accustomed to being talked like that by the help. how dare you. >> stephanie: he is not using the same bathroom i am is he. twenty-nine minutes after the hour. nate silver coming up next on the "stephanie miller show." (vo) during the debates, it's hard to know what candidates are thinking. unless, of course you've stood at the podium yourself. with governors granholm, spitzer, and vice president gore, watch the only truly experienced presidential debate coverage. the chill of peppermint. the rich dark chocolate. york peppermint pattie get the sensation. you've heard stephanie's views. >>no bs, authentic, the real thing. >>now, let's hear yours at the only online forum with a direct line to stephanie miller. >>the only thing that can save america now: curren
hank naughton, i made a major -- just made a major in the united states reserve. [ applause ] thanks so much for taking time for us. we appreciate it. >> stephanie always a pleasure. take care. >> stephanie: all right. there he goes, representative hank naughton of massachusetts. where mitt romney is behind 20 to 30 points. fyi. >> wow. >> stephanie: the president on the campaign trail. here he is. >> obama: last night and throughout this campaign, i've laid out a plan for jobs and middle class security. unlike mitt romney, i'm proud to talk about what's in my plan. because first of all the math actually adds up. >> stephanie: did you see grampy? john mccain said the president took cheap shots at romney during the presidential campaign? no. >> stephanie: no. >> he fought back and he won. is that what they call cheap shots on the right? >> yes. they lose, it is a cheap shot. >> stephanie: losing is a cheap shot. >> stephanie: he said bayonets and horses, what's that all about? i don't know. w
? and they are treating it as a joke. when you threaten the president of the united states there would be people swarming all over my house if i did that. >> stephanie: yeah, i never watch any other network but current, but did you happen to see lawrence o'donnell. that was hilarious. a was the best scene since network. he got up and like walked into the camera and challenged tagg romney to a fight. said come take a swing at me. i called your dad a liar a lot. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: this story, here we go again. republican dirty tricks. getting right near election time. does anyone in their right mind think this was a mistake. arizona gives wrong election date in spanish. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: arizona's largest county puts wrong date only in spanish. >> i guess only about 300 cards won't out before they caught it. but that could be the difference in maricopa. >> stephanie: yes. [ speaking spanish ] >> stephanie: yes, right. that's my point. i always get the tenses wrong. >> stephanie: how do you talk to concepcion. stop it. wayne good morning. >> call
, and they are creates tens of thousands good exporting jobs here in the united states, rather than exporting overseas. >> stephanie: you guys must be the thesaurus for different ways to say liar. when you get to specifics, you don't know which to use. this is what the romney campaign does is just kind of insert something that is not true. >> yeah, repeatedly. >> stephanie: yeah. so and obviously -- i don't know if you read the piece in "politico," but the headline is experts fan foreign policy speech. >> yeah, the interesting thing here, this is the seventh time romney has tried articulating a foreign policy in this campaign and pretty much every time he does it it is this vacuous approach. he seemed stuck in 1950 or so, and he gets panned not just by democrats, he gets panned by republicans. mitt romney can't figure out which side of the debate to come down on like you saw in his speech yesterday and the six attempts before that. the guy doesn't understand the world as it exists today. >> stephanie: right. well, yeah i think madeline albright referred to him calling russia the num
the global economy, which makes a difference for us in the united states, and allows us to rebuild our economy from the middle class out and not the top down. >> stephanie: let me just say in place like ohio, i am so glad -- listen to this exchange with me again. >> romney: i am son of detroit. i was born in detroit. i like american cars. and i would do nothing to hurt the u.s. auto industry. my plan to get the industry on its feet when it was in real trouble was not writing checks. i said these companies need to go through a managed bankruptcy and then they can get government help and guarantees but they need to go through bankruptcy to get rid of excess costs -- >> obama: governor romney that's not what you said. >> you can look at the op-ed -- >> obama: you did not say you were providing government help -- >> >> romney: i said under no circumstances would i do anything other than to help this industry get on its feet and the idea that has been suggested they would liquidate the industry of course not. >> obama: let's check the record. >> stephanie: and the preside
. why doesn't somebody ask him about that? and why is that good for the united states? >> stephanie: yeah that's seems a little hypocritical, his china bashing. >> it's interesting that he thinks that russia is our major opponent. >> stephanie: yeah. exactly. jacki it's for you? >> yes. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: which line was it now. donna in kansas. go ahead. >> hi donna good morning. >> caller: good morning. our local newspaper ran a letter from somebody who works at hobby lobby, and they are talking about a mandate in obamacare that would force the christian business to provide the morning-after pill and work-after pill in their health insurance, and they the penalty for not complying would be up to a staggering $1.3 billion per day. that didn't sound right to me so i was hoping you could answer that. >> it's so wrong on so many levels. [ laughter ] >> i don't even know where that number comes from, but also when the obama administration talked about requiring employers so provide access for women to contraception, that they excepted anyone who had any sort o
were sent to europe in that case as opposed to being here in the united states. he destroyed -- he drove into bankruptcy a great company. there's a book written about barbarians at the gate and this kind of vulture capitalism. there's one question that nobody asked, none of those reporters, and it still unanswered and that is bain capital was formed in boston in 1984 and mitt romney apparently got $37 million from a number of latin america investors, including al-salvador, and secret bank accounts in panama. who were those investors exactly? and are they still invested? he mentioned latin america during the debate. what is bain capital's interest in latin america. going all the way back to 1984. >> stephanie: uh-huh. and finally representative how is the richard mourdock controversy resinating with ohio women, because it didn't seem like -- it is just another blow in this war against women that they have been waging i think. >> i think women are take their hand to their head and going unbelievable. this is incredible. it's astonishing. where do these people liv
more than what john mccain had in 2008. latinos are the largest minority group in the united states. 23.7 million are eligible to vote in this election. that is a record but turnout is traditionally lower for this minority than white or black voters overall. some churches are working to turn out the latino and african american vote bypassing out voter registration cards in battle ground states and asking people to promise to participate in caravans to get souls to the polls on election day. and since latinos are not likely to vote for mitt romney it is not stopping him from trying to win them over. he is going to honor the temporary work permits that allow young people to stay in the country. we're back in just a minute. what not to wear. >>and now to my point. that is a whole bunch of bunk! the powerful my steal an election but they cannot steal democracy. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ he
the economy. >> stephanie: and here is mitt romney. >> romney: when i'm president of the united states -- [ cheers and applause ] >> romney: that unemployment rate is going to come down not because people are giving up and dropping out of the work force but because we're creating for jobs -- >> in china. >> -- and get america working again. >> stephanie: the first part of that once again was a lie. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: just saying. okay. helen in fairfax, virginia. welcome. >> caller: did you get a chance to see george step november louse? >> stephanie: no. >> mary -- every time she started to speak to him she always ended up saying professor, dr. krugman. and i wondered if it was a way to put down people are a lot of education. >> you aren't the boss of me. >> when is it pejorative to call a person a professor. >> stephanie: yeah. welcome on are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: they have talked about education during the debate. and he would take the federal idea and send the title one funds and send it to the poor so they could choos
in the world to the united states just four or five things i think that puts it out of reach for romney. >> stephanie: yep. one other favorite moment. >> there aren't enough rich people to tax to pay for all of their spending. the next time you hear them say don't worry about it watch out middle class, the tax bill is coming to you. we can cut tax rates by 20% -- >> it has never been done before. >> it has been done a couple of times. >> it has never been done before. >> jack kennedy lowered rated -- >> oh now you are jack kennedy. [ laughter ] >> one of the astounding things about this whole thing, and the vice president make the point last night but romney in the first debate said he is not going to cut taxes on people. they will pay the same amount if that is it where is his job program? if he is not going to reduce their taxes, where is his job program? he doesn't have one. >> stephanie: yeah. >> this whole thing about raising taxes on small business banks is hysterical. ryan said 53% of income would fall under small business income. but 53% of small business
to the united states to meet my daughter at the airport who was coming from iraq. i got home and got a call your mother's roof is on the ground next to the water tap. so monday i had to go back. when i went back, i walked in the house, and i looked up and i was looking at the moon. there is no worse feeling than that especially when your mother is 85 and you have an uncle who is mentally disabled and is 87. so i understand the shock these people are going through right now. all i can do is pray for them not to get too anxious. it took me three weeks to get my mother's house back but the peace you get after it is done, it is irreplaceable. now mr. romney, i think this gentlemen really had a mental illness, because there's no way you can stair another human being in the face and tell a straight-faced lie like he does. i feel very sorry for the man that he is capable of doing that. that's why he considers president obama's compassion and sensitivity as and apology. the man don't know what apology is, and he doesn't understand if you don't understand that sometimes you do
house but used to have an inappropriate relationship with the president of the united states. judy did not. which judy did not. but things have been sort of hot and heavy between them and they're both trying to do the right thing but you know, there is a real connection there. it is fun. >> stephanie: you fictional little tart you. now, kerry -- >> did you not have an affair with the president or you're spinning that because you're in character? >> no, no, no. i'm always careful -- i don't want to get judy in trouble although i always have wanted to be a fly on the wall the very first time that they found the episode. how did they respond to that? >> it was right after he barfed on the japanese prime minister and there was this moment where -- >> stephanie: guessing there was a frying pan involved. kerry, would your character be able to fix the mitt romney campaign? it just -- full-on crisis. >> it is so funny because there's a lot of talk on twitter about that. our show is a big social media following.
the very best of the united states of america. we will not waiver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act and make no mistake justice will be done. >> stephanie: act of terror. hmm. funny that. i know he had to be -- what's the word? presidential. but i don't. the only thing -- again you come from a certain point of view that i wish he had been able to say the navy seals mother and christopher stevens' father has asked you stop politicizing this. we asked you before you knew what was happening stop politicizing this. i know the president in a town hall can only be so -- but the other thing at the end i felt like mitt romney teed him up. he didn't want to close on a negative. mitt romney closed talking about his record in massachusetts. i wish the president had said yeah well, 47th in job creation and how come i'm ahead 30 points in massachusetts if you did such a -- that whole bipartisan load of crap. he had 800 vetoes that got overturned. there was nothing bipartisan goin
of the resources and access that other people do. and if you want to be president of the united states you have to take about the 47% who need help. and mitt romney made it abundantly clear he doesn't. >> stephanie: yeah that's why that 47% videotape was so devastating because his policies reflect that. it doesn't matter that went on fox news saying oh i don't mean that. >> he says what he means, and somebody else walks it back for him? >> stephanie: yeah. what do you expect tonight because paul ryan is particularly vulnerable on medicare, on this $700 million in medicare cuts which that was the one thing that everybody went ah! that president obama didn't come right back at him. >> yeah, i am a huge joe biden fan. i love that he says exactly what he thinks. and yes, he makes mistakes but they all do. and i don't think it makes himless of a man or politician or public servant. i think he'll have no problem saying exactly what he thinks and believes. and i think paul ryan will have a difficult time because he comes across a little weasely. >> a it will until [ laughter ]
that much, al sharpton would be in his second term as president of the united states. >> stephanie: that's right. mudcat, great stuff as all. we will talk to you next thank you honey. >> all right. bye-bye. [ applause ] >> stephanie: he would still be in the blueberry pie. >> what? >> stephanie: i don't know. judy in illinois welcome. >> caller: real quick i'm getting a little concerned now about the pundits that i'm depending on for my political information. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: i love this president. i am 72, and i have net to see anyone more honorable, more compassionate, more intelligent and loving than this man. >> stephanie: i agree. >> caller: i think he played it perfectly. think how we think -- think how the pundits are going crazy -- chris matthews is about to have a nervous breakdown. >> stephanie: yeah i think people are a little overwrought. >> caller: exactly. think of the president standing there, watching jim lehrer hearings these lies and i think he finally said let them eat cake. this man has never patronized me as the working poor or as a vot
of guy you want as president of the united states who could actually do this in terms of a natural disaster? what would a natural disaster look like under mitt romney? >> stephanie: greg, thank you. how do you privatize fema? you're going to make disaster relief for profit? they'll be thinking about profit margin when people are in dire need and they're in need immediately? >> that's exactly what halliburton would do. they would bring in halliburton to do all of this cleanup. >> i think it is called insurance. you pay -- they already have that. nobody nobody can afford it. >> exactly because it keeps going up and up and up. >> stephanie: governor, you've been asked 14 times why are you retuesday fog answer the -- refusing to answer the question that he would abolish fema in a debate just a few months ago. he won't answer that. >> disaster in the cayman islands. >> stephanie: 29 minutes after the hour. right back with elvira on "the stephanie miller show." to miss my show is if that's the only time you can get to a
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